Review of Canon EOS 1400D, release date, price

Despite the need or its lack, producers of SLR camera try to update all lines of their models during a particular period of time. If we talk about high-end cameras, the imagination is almost limitless here: they invested a considerable amount of money into developing and adding new features, and now we have either a more convenient arrangement of buttons, or a high shooting speed, an image quality, or something else, then they raised the price up to 200$-500$, done. But cameras of the entry-level are slightly different due to their budget. It turns out that they need to upgrade the line, with this aim they need to add some new features or improve some characteristics. But cameras of the entry-level differ from those of the middle-level just in a couple of the characteristics.

They need to make improvements to some extent, otherwise the average level of sales won’t succeed. As a result, Nikon happened to release two practically identical models in a row (D5500 and D5600). Canon still has a chance to escape the failure. Canon EOS 1400D Rebel t7 (USA) kiss x90 (Japan) is to replace 1300D.


Review of Canon EOS 1400D


Resolution won’t undergo any changes and will remain 18 megapixel. Autofocus module, and correspondingly the number of focal points will also remain the same (9, one of which is of cross-type). One of the ways to increase the cost of the camera is the range of ISO, which can be upgraded from 100-12800 up to 100-25600. Perhaps in the model 1400D, Canon uses a new generation processor – DIGIC 5 and the shooting speed may rise up to 4 frames per second. Canon EOS 1400D is likely to be able to shoot videos in Full Hd quality with 60 fps. Other characteristics are certain to remain the same.


Release date and the price of Canon EOS 1400D


The release date of the model is set to the first half of 2018. The price will increase by approximately 100$, namely, it will cost about 400$.




Unfortunately, manufacturers of SLR cameras, releasing new models in the line, please only absolute beginners in photography who want to buy their first SLR. Those who already have e.g. 1100D, 1200D or even 1300D are almost sure not to look in the direction of the EOS 1400D, when it enters the market. The fact that the maximum value of ISO increased twice seems to be good, in fact, everyone is interested in “working” ISO, which will increase by ~ 50-100 and it does not fully satisfy. To move to a new camera is advisable only in the case when you can significantly expand your capabilities, which did not exist till then. For example, the Nikon D5200 does not have a high-speed sync, whereas D7 *** does. If you often need to shoot during a bright day, the flash is often needed to illuminate the shadows, but you can not use it, as you have to work with optical exposure no longer than 1/1250 (due to ambient light), and when you use the flash in the D5200 you can not set the shutter speed faster than 1/200. Only in such cases there is a need to change a camera. But you just do not even feel the same new processor Digic 5 or an increased shooting speed up to 4 k/s and having shot 6-7 frames in RAW the buffer will already be full.

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